Crystal Palace deli-bistro Salt + Pickle to launch in June

Crystal Palace deli-bistro Salt + Pickle to launch in June

Salt + Pickle, a deli-bistro specialising in preserved ingredients and locally sourced drinks, is set to open in London's Crystal Palace next month.

The 30-cover restaurant, with an additional 10 seats at the bar in the evening, is a partnership between two locals.

Manish Utton-Mishra, owner of Good Taste deli, and designer Ian Haigh, of Central Design Studio, have teamed up for the project.

Salt + Pickle's seven-day operation will serve a menu of preserved, salted, pickled and cured, including S+P treacle-cured salmon and S+P-made beef pastrami.

The drinks list aims to celebrate small, independent and local suppliers such as Gipsy Hill Brewery, which is a five-minute drive from the site on the corner of Westow Hill and Jasper Road.

A minimalist and warm interior comprising natural materials will feature accents of bold shapes and colour.

Utton-Mishra commented: "Salt + Pickle will bring a taste of preserved food to the Crystal Palace triangle, with at least one such element on every dish. We already sell two preserved food products at Good Taste, namely cheese and charcuterie, and we are incredible excited to build on that at the new venue."

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